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student

student

/ˈstudənt/
noun
a person who is studying at a school, university, or college

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room

room

/ˈɹum/
noun
a part of a building enclosed by walls, floor, and ceiling that is usually used for a particular purpose

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information

information

/ˌɪnfɝˈmeɪʃən/, /ɪnˈfɔɹˈmeɪʃən/
noun
facts or details about something or someone

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process

process

/ˈpɹɑˌsɛs/, /ˈpɹɔˌsɛs/
noun
a specific course of action that is performed in order to accomplish a certain objective

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decision

decision

/dɪˈsɪʒən/
noun
a choice or judgment that is made after adequate consideration or thought

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kid

kid

/ˈkɪd/
noun
a young person

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phone

phone

/ˈfoʊn/
noun
a piece of electronic equipment used for talking to others who are elsewhere

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movie

movie

/ˈmuvi/
noun
a series of moving pictures that often tells a story made to be shown in a movie theater or on a screen

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show

show

/ˈʃoʊ/
noun
a TV or radio program made to entertain people

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experience

experience

/ɪkˈspɪɹiəns/
noun
the knowledge or skill we gain from doing, feeling, or seeing things

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history

history

/ˈhɪstɝi/, /ˈhɪstɹi/
noun
all the events of the past

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piece

piece

/ˈpis/
noun
a part of an object, broken or cut from a larger one

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type

type

/ˈtaɪp/
noun
a class or group of people or things that have common characteristics or share particular qualities

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energy

energy

/ˈɛnɝdʒi/
noun
the physical and mental strength required for activity, work, etc.
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Today, thanks to electronics, tiny devices that fit behind the ear contain both energy cells and an amplifier.

It can go very fast if the rider has enough energy to pedal hard.

They believe we should instead use natural powers to produce energy.

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face

face

/ˈfeɪs/
noun
the front part of the head where the eyes, nose, and mouth are located

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house

house

/ˈhaʊs/
noun
a building where people live, particularly as a family

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government

government

/ˈɡəvɝmənt/, /ˈɡəvɝnmənt/
noun
the group of politicians in control of a country or state
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Some people may be unwilling to cooperate with government efforts to help them.

Governments can also create sea reserves, areas where fishing is temporarily banned until the fish population increases.

Governments can also protect the sea by enacting strict controls on ocean dumping.

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light

light

/ˈɫaɪt/
noun
a type of electromagnetic radiation that makes it possible to see, produced by the sun or another source of illumination and

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sound

sound

/ˈsaʊnd/
noun
anything that can be heard

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city

city

/ˈsɪti/
noun
a large town; a large and densely populated urban area

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brain

brain

/ˈbɹeɪn/
noun
the organ that is inside our head controlling how we think, feel, move, etc.

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health

health

/ˈhɛɫθ/
noun
the general condition of a person's mind or body
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Malaria is a serious health problem.

Good health may sell cereals but not pens; while humor may sell pens, but not watches.

Maybe the ads will invoke the authority of a famous baby doctor to emphasize the health appeal.

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foot

foot

/ˈfʊt/
noun
the lowest part of the leg, below the ankle, on which people or animals walk or stand

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audience

audience

/ˈɑdiəns/, /ˈɔdiəns/
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the group of people who have assembled to watch and listen to a play, concert, etc.

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animal

animal

/ˈænəməɫ/
noun
a living creature like a cat or a dog that can move and needs food to stay alive, but not a plant or a human

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